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Old 15-11-2004, 05:30 AM
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Default Conflicting coffee article - Type 2 Diabetics Should Avoid Caffeine

On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 23:01:47 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

In a small study, Duke University scientists found a link between caffeine
at mealtime and increased glucose and insulin levels in people with type 2
diabetes. The finding suggests diabetics should reduce or eliminate caffeine
in their diets, according to the report in the August issue of Diabetes
Care.


And of course, in the other article (which had a wider data base) it
said:

"June 18, 2003 (New Orleans) -- A jolt of java may do more than get you
going in the morning. Drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears
to help prevent diabetes, Harvard researchers report."

I'll wait until they line all their ducks up. In the meantime I'll
continue to drink my four or five mugs daily :-)

I found that, at breakfast, the carbs in the milk in my coffee were
doing me more harm than the caffeine. So I cut the milk. YMMV.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
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On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 23:01:47 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

In a small study, Duke University scientists found a link between caffeine
at mealtime and increased glucose and insulin levels in people with type 2
diabetes. The finding suggests diabetics should reduce or eliminate caffeine
in their diets, according to the report in the August issue of Diabetes
Care.


And of course, in the other article (which had a wider data base) it
said:

"June 18, 2003 (New Orleans) -- A jolt of java may do more than get you
going in the morning. Drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears
to help prevent diabetes, Harvard researchers report."

I'll wait until they line all their ducks up. In the meantime I'll
continue to drink my four or five mugs daily :-)

I found that, at breakfast, the carbs in the milk in my coffee were
doing me more harm than the caffeine. So I cut the milk. YMMV.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
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I found that too Alan!.........I had to cut the milk as well........As a
side note, I've found that a bit of cream doesn't affect me.........I like
it black too......depends on my mood

Eddie
Type 2

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On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 23:01:47 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

In a small study, Duke University scientists found a link between caffeine
at mealtime and increased glucose and insulin levels in people with type 2
diabetes. The finding suggests diabetics should reduce or eliminate

caffeine
in their diets, according to the report in the August issue of Diabetes
Care.


And of course, in the other article (which had a wider data base) it
said:

"June 18, 2003 (New Orleans) -- A jolt of java may do more than get you
going in the morning. Drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears
to help prevent diabetes, Harvard researchers report."

I'll wait until they line all their ducks up. In the meantime I'll
continue to drink my four or five mugs daily :-)

I found that, at breakfast, the carbs in the milk in my coffee were
doing me more harm than the caffeine. So I cut the milk. YMMV.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.


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I found that too Alan!.........I had to cut the milk as well........As a
side note, I've found that a bit of cream doesn't affect me.........I like
it black too......depends on my mood

Eddie
Type 2

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On Sun, 14 Nov 2004 23:01:47 -0500, "Gumbo" wrote:

In a small study, Duke University scientists found a link between caffeine
at mealtime and increased glucose and insulin levels in people with type 2
diabetes. The finding suggests diabetics should reduce or eliminate

caffeine
in their diets, according to the report in the August issue of Diabetes
Care.


And of course, in the other article (which had a wider data base) it
said:

"June 18, 2003 (New Orleans) -- A jolt of java may do more than get you
going in the morning. Drinking four or more cups of coffee a day appears
to help prevent diabetes, Harvard researchers report."

I'll wait until they line all their ducks up. In the meantime I'll
continue to drink my four or five mugs daily :-)

I found that, at breakfast, the carbs in the milk in my coffee were
doing me more harm than the caffeine. So I cut the milk. YMMV.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.


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On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 04:47:30 -0500, "Eddie Type 2"
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I found that too Alan!.........I had to cut the milk as well........As a
side note, I've found that a bit of cream doesn't affect me.........I like
it black too......depends on my mood

Eddie
Type 2


Hi Eddie

I use pure cream (a teaspoon) for my second and subsequent mugs. For my
first of the day I infuse cinnamon bark in the coffee-making process and
drink it black with the cinnamon.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
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On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 04:47:30 -0500, "Eddie Type 2"
wrote:

I found that too Alan!.........I had to cut the milk as well........As a
side note, I've found that a bit of cream doesn't affect me.........I like
it black too......depends on my mood

Eddie
Type 2


Hi Eddie

I use pure cream (a teaspoon) for my second and subsequent mugs. For my
first of the day I infuse cinnamon bark in the coffee-making process and
drink it black with the cinnamon.


Cheers, Alan, T2 d&e, Australia.
Remove weight and carbs to email.
--
Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.


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